Mexico City Launches Hourly Rental Program

According to Fox News Latino, Mexico City launched the auto rental program, the Carrot Shared Automobile System, in order to reduce traffic and pollution.

After paying $21 for a membership card, users can rent a car for $6.40 per hour and drop if off at certain locations in the city.

Mexico authorities aim to potentially replace 40,000 vehicles in circulation with low-cost fuel-efficient vehicles.

View the full article from the Fox News Latino website by clicking the URL:
http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2012/06/12/mexico-city-launches-low-cost-fuel-efficient-auto-rental-program/

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  1. Jimena [ June 20, 2012 @ 06:05PM ]

    Hello:

    I´m from Carrot México. I will like to comment more on the subject. And perhaps have complete article.

    Thank you for mention us!

    Regards,
    Jimena

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